retention (see, e.g., Bjork, 1975; Roediger & Karpicke, 2006). The act of retrieving information from memory increases, sometimes dramatically, the likelihood that information can be retrieved again in the future. When adopting self-testing as a study strategy, it is important to choose the right time to test oneself, because the more difficult the retrieval (provided it succeeds), the larger the benefits;
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